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No. 00 I'm Goin* There 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
E.D. B. in "Highest Pniae" E. D. Bullock 

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2. On the streets of that fair ci - ty, far be-yond this troubled land, We shall 

3. When 1 hear the Sav-ior call-ins I shall bid this world good by, And re- 

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Highest "Praise 



Our Second 1947 Book 

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SINGING SCHOOLS, CONVENTIONS, ETC. 

AUTHORS : 



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J. R. Baxter, Jr. 

W. Lee Higgins 

G. T. Speer 

W. Allan Sims 

Lonnie B. Combs 

John L. Shrader 

Fred L. Bwilling 

Carlos Barrentine 

Clyde Williams 

Mosie Lister 

B. I. Cline 

Sanford J. Massengale 

Lester L. Dooley 

Floyd E. McNeill 

Robert R. Christian 

Elmer L. Ward 

Elmer Johnson 

J. R. 'Haney 

Rev. G. D. Lewis 

Bonnie L. Carter 

J. W. Davis 

J. L. Freeman 

B. W. Merritt 

"U. G. Carr 

Bryant Johnson 

Wm. W. Benson 

R. L. George 

E. R. Ward 

Robt. S. Holliman 

Wesley Tucker 

W. H. Haynes 

T. O. Atkins 

T. M. Bishop 



V. O. Fossett 
Albert E. Brumley 
Thos. J. Farris 
L. D. Morris 
B. B. Edmiaston 
Dwight Brock 
Wilbur Wilson 
Walter E. Howell 
Ernest N. Edwards 
Wallace Varner 
Eugene H. Whitt 
Carl B. Story 
R. J. Weaver 
L. E. Butrum 
Horace A. Kennedy 
H. C. Finley 
Mrs. Tom Wallace 
Videt Polk 
George Andrews 
John O. Beall 
Rev. Henry H. Powell 
Willis Gage 
Sherrill Brown 
Lloyd W. Taylor 
Cecil Milligan 
Hansel Hunter 
Ben L. Speer 
Aubrey Douthitt 
E. D. Bullock 
Ross F. Chambers 
T. R. Jacks 
L. E. Teal 



Luther G. Presley 

J. B. Coats 

Marion W. Easterling 

W. W. Combs 

Terry Pillow 

Floyd E. Hunter 

J. A. Collier 

Henry L. Thompson 

C. R. Melton 
W. M. DeVaughan 
W. H. Hill 

D. E. Gilbreath 
J. R. Varner 
Pat H. Baxter 
Lester Williams 
Kenneth Fulkerson 
Volley R. (Doc) Dooley 
W. C. Shoemaker 
Mrs. Lonnie B. Combs 
B. F. Logan 
W. L. Hendrix 
Marvin S. Gassaway 
Dr. H. H. Martin 
Wyatt J. Smith 

B. W. Ayers 
Fred Rich 
R. E. Faulkner 
Leodus Vaughn 
F. Tarpley 
Jeffie Cook 
W. L. Matheson 
M. H. Lance 
O. B. Dooley 



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N n i a S weeter Every Day 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev* Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" Fred L. Swilling 

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2. When trouble comes and days are lone and drear, 

3. His light of love doth on my pathway shine, 

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He fills my soul with comfort hope and cheer- 
In weal or woe I nev - er need re - pine- 
By day and night He watches from a - bove- 



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2. Sa - tan can't harm my soul, Je - bus is mine, Shadows will backward roll, 

3. Some day I'm go - ing home, look on His face, From Him I'll nev - er roam, 

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No. 2 Happy We'll Be 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. T. in "Highest Praise" Wesley Tucker 

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1. Won-der- ful soDgs we all shall sing,mak-ing God's prais-es ev - er ring, 

2. Gen-tly He leads us day by day,keep-ing us in the nar-row way, 

3. When 1 shall come to cross the tide, Je*- sus will be close by my side. 

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Yon - der we'll meet Him face to face, praise Him for soul - re - deem-ing grace, 

Af - ter the vie - to - ry is won, glad-ly I'll hear Him say Well done, 

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H. H.M. in "Highest Praise" Dr. H. H. Martin 



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2. Whensor-rows all are end - ed, what a great re - lief; 

3. With Him I'll on -ward jour - ney, Prais-ing His ho - ly name; 


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No. 4 Just a Few More Days 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Just a few more days of trou - ble,then I'll be at peace, sweet peace. 
Then I'll reach the land of Ca-naan live with loved oDes there, up there. 




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Death is a Warning 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Willis Gage 

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1. Born in -to Christ, we are dead to sin, He gives the for -ward call, 

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He's my Jesus 

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in "Highest Praise" 



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2. If I fail to be true in the things that I do, Lord, I pray take my 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Highest Praise" Luther G. Presley 

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Copyright, 1S47, by Stamps-Barter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" Fred L. Swilling 




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2. In the hour of grief and sad-ness He can make your cnp o'er-flow, 

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Put your trust in Je -bus on - ly, He will make you brave and strong; 
With His peace and bo - ly glad-ness He can ban - ish all your woe; 
He has prom-ised to di-rect ns, If we leave it all to Him; 

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J.B. C&J. R. B. in"Pearly Gates" J. B. Coats 



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2. Do you help oth- ers by your life on the earth ?Pointing downward or a- 

3. Do you tell sin-ners of the dan-gers a -head? 



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No. 10 Deep In My Heart 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Deep in my heart I oft - en come to the place Where I am passing 

3. Deep in my heart I 'praise Him down here be-low, Noth-ing can ev - er 

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un - der the tempter's dart, His dart; But Je - sus al - ways gives me 
cause me from Him to part, to part; I'll keep on tell - ing where-so- 



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sus-tain-ing grace, Love keeps me al - ways sing-ing 

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No. 11 Your Life Gan Be Beautiful 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. B. C. ' in "Highest Praise" J. B. Coats 




1. Have you a bur - den, is your heart sad, Have friends for - sak - en, 

2. Have you for - got - ten, how Je - bus died, How He has suf-fered, 

3. Some-one is pray - ing, some-where right now, Ask - ing for mer - cy 




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al - ways de-nied? If you re-mem-ber, you then can say, I'm com-ing 
Je-sus knows how; Step out for heav en, hast - en a - way, From all your 



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bur - dens, be saved to - day! 



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No. 12 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Pig. Co. 
John E. Hull in "Highest Praise" C. R. Melton 

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1. Once I was lost in sin and shame but Je-sus came and called my name, 

2. Life is much brighter now down here, I go a- longwith-out a fear, 

3. Noth-ing in this old world for me, 1 have a home a - cross the sea, 




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Found His love, His won-der-ful love; 

1 have found His love, His won-der- fullove; 

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There's a Mansion for Me 



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Make Your Life Brighter 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston Cho. W. W. in "Highest Praise" Wilbur Wilson 




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1. Hear the Lord's call un - to us all, An-swer His plea to - day; 

2. Close by your side lo9t ones a-bide, Tell them of sav - ing love; 

3. Go ye to - day, do not de-lay, Swift - ly our years go by; 




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Trusting His word,show them the Lord, Point them to heav'n a-bove. 
Give Him your all, an - swer the call, J3ay-ing,Lord,here am I. 



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Make your life brighter,go-ing your way, Singing each day, hap-pyaudgay, 

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Send out bright sunshine, Cheer the lone and sad; 

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When I Bid This World Adieu 

To my singing friends everywhere 
Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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'Twill land me safely home, I know, by faith I know;Je-sus is my faith-ful 

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wait in- side the pearl-y gate, From Je-sus I shall nev-er roam, no more to roam. 
Guide, I'll stay close by His side, That read-y I may be to go,withHimto go. 





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V. R. D. in "Highest Praise" Volley R. (Doc) Dooley 

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2. Do not fol- low af - ter those who try to tempt you, But glad-ly 

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No. 17 Don't Reject Him 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. Wm. W. Benson in "Highest Praise" Wm. W.Benson 

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2. Don't re-ject Him, do not doubt Him, Mer-cy's door is o- pen wide; 

3. Don't re - ject Him or de - ny Him,For our souls His life He gave; 

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Hum-bly come, in faith ac-cept Him, He will guide you o'er death's tide. 
He's our on - ly hope for heav-en, He a -lone has pow'rto save. 



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No. 18 Dip Your Soul in God's Sunshine 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A.D. in "Highest Praise" . Aubrey Douthitt 



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1. If you're lost in sin, have no peace with-in, 

2. If you're sad and lone seek Him on the throne, Dip your soul in God's sunshine; 

3. As you walk each day down the wind-ing way, 
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When the call comes clear you will have no fear, Dip your soul in God's sunshine. 

Put your trust in Him tho the path be dim, 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Highest Praise" W.H.Hill 




1. I'm hap-py to fol-low where He leads for He sup-plies my dai - ly needs, 

2. Tho oft - en the clouds my path be-dim,I'm ful - ly trust-ing all lo Him, 

3. As wa-ters re-fresh the thirst-y ground I know where hap-pi-ness is found, 




Safe homeward ev - 'ry night and day;No mat - ter what 

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To the Speer Family 
Copyright. 1947. by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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2. When rny la- bor here is end- ed and cares 1 shall lay down, He will 

3. Place your faith and hope in Je - sus, the tru -est friend to know, He will 

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give me - ver yon-der a shin-ing robe and crown, I shall see Him 
keep your path-way shin-ing as on with Him you go; Thru the val-ley 




here for-sake me, and turn me from their door, Je-sus is a friend that's changless- 
in His glo - ry up - on the great white throne, And shall praise Him thru the a- ges 
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In Glory We Shall Sin£ 



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2. Free from discord there we shall sing of re-deem - ing love,Cast-ing down our 

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No. 22 



Heaven Is Worth It All 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
S. J. M. in "Highest Praise" Sanford J. Masse n gale 

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2. Tho we meet with dia - ap-point-ments as this world we jour - ney thru, 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B.I. C. in "Highest Praise" B. I. Cline 



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3. I can not stay much long - er in this vain world be - low, 




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Singirtg and Shouting On the Way 

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in "Highest Praise" 




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1. We are marching on to Ca-naan's land, As a hap-py sing-ing pil-grim band; 

2. Come and join this hap-py smg-ing band, Marching on to bless-ed glo - ry Iandr 

3. Sin-ner turn from all your wick-ed way .Place your trust in Christ the Lord to-day; 



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Tho there's e- vil all a-long our way, We will o- ver-come it, if we but pray. 
He will cleanse and save your precious soul, If your eyes are lift-ed to heaven's goal. 

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I'm Satisfied 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter. Jr. in "Highest Praise" D. E. Gilbreath 

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shepherd and guide; I have joy I can - not meas-;ire 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston . in "Highest Praise" T. O. Atkins 




1. If you miss the gates of heav-en,When the trump of God shall sound, There are 

2. Christ the Lordis gen- tly pleading, 'Twas for vou He bled and died; Will you 

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precious birthright, Wan -der on in sin to die;Will you squander gold-en ' 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. Oliver Cooper in "Highest Praise" L. D. Morris 

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1. Bless-ed Je - sus I'm help-less, I'm lost and un-done, I am drink-ing of 

2. Tho I know I'm un - wor-thy, I'm com-iug to Thee, Whoso free-ly didst 

3. When I'm prone to be fool - ish - ly self - ish and vain, Nev-er let me par- 

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[So. 28 My Lord Is There 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" Marion W. Easterling 




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1. My soul ia filled with joy to-day While walking in. 

2. He said if I would trust His grace Thru shadows dim. 

3. I nev-er knew. .' such joy be-fore, And day by day 

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the liv - iug way; No more I dread the tempter's snare, . 

in ev- 'ry place; He would my deep - - est tri-als share, . 

He gives me more; Wheu to the throne I go in prayer, 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxtei 
fred Barratt in "Highest Praii 

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Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" Ben L. Speer 

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promise chime;Je - sus is eur friend and He will de - fend — Till we 
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On the Win&s of Sweet Son* 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Highest Praise" W. C. Shoemaker 




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1. In the whis - per - ing breeze, as it sings thru the trees, Is a 

2. As the brook moves a - long, we may hear its low song, Like a 

3. There are pic - tures of love sent to us from a - bove, Giv - ing 



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beau - ty to life here be -low; Paint - ed by the Lord's hand.that we 



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Mappy and Free 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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I'm Glad He Set Me Free 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. E. H. in "Highest Praise" Walter E. Howell 




1. I'm glad that Je - sus sought me and saved me from my sin, I'm 

2. I'm glad the poor and need-y, the hum - ble heart and mind, Can 

3. I'm glad sal- va-tion's prom-ise can ne'er be bought nor sold, That 

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thankful for His mer-cy that makes me pure with - in; I'm glad He came from 
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Praise Him 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
in "Highest Praise" 



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2. Praise Him with joy and gladness,PraiseHimin song, Tell all the world a- 

3. Glo - ry to Je - sus,praise His won-der- ful name, Give thanks un-to Him, 




Sav - ior to show the way, He's lead-ing; Think how He snf-fered when He 
bout Him, His praise pro-long,keep sing-ing; Praise Him for bless-ings we re- 
and re - joice that He came,be thank-ful;Hum-bly be - fore Him bow, con- 




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died on the tree, for sin -ners, He gave His all in all for you and for me. 
ceive from a-bove, He sends them, He is the on-ly Sav -ior, gift of God's love, 
fess -ingyour sin,con-fess-ing, Wonder-ful peace and joy He'll give youwith-in. 
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Star of Hope 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. W. M. in "Highest Praise" B^W. Merritt 



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2. Let as journey in the love-light Of the star that shines a-bove, Trusting 








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know that some day We shall lay our bur-dens down, An -swer to His ten-der 




way to heav-en, Onr e - ter - nal home a - bovej'Tis the light from Calv'ry 



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leads us, Holding to His mighty hand. " Thru the night bright beams fall, From the 

summons To receive the prom ised crown. Thru the night the beams are falling, 



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No. 35 Want to Make Heaven My Home 

Copyright, 1947. by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L.G. P. m "Highest Praise" Luther G. Presley 

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1. I'm so glad that Je- sus fonnd me, 

2. Man-y loved ones will be yon-der, Want to make heav-en my home; 

3. Best of all I'll see my Je-sus, 

4. No more heartacheu.no more grieving, 

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Praise Him for the love that frees us, 

When He calls I must be leaving, 




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Where No Parting is Known 

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in "Highest Praise" 



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2. We shall sing the song of vic-t'ry when to that sweet home we go, Where no 

3. Saints unnumbered, there u- nit- ed, will re-joice in peace and love, 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B.J. in "Highest Praise" Bryant Johnson 

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2. my friend,' if you're wand'ring in dark - ness of sin, And the 

3. Swift - ly life here is pass - ing, dear Bin - ner, be - ware, Short the 

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stay here is short, we know; God is sound - ing the warn - ing, let 
Sav - ior you do not know; Mer-cy's door will soon close that's in- 
time in this world be - low; Come to Je - bus re - pent - ing, His 



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Like Sunshine After Rain 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" W. Lee Higglns 

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1. When paths are lone and drear-y And skies a - bove are gray E'en 

2. While in His care a - bid - ing Your heart need nev - er fear, Keep 

3. Fret not when foes of -fend you, Heed not their frown nor smile, The 

4. Press on and keep on hop - ing, Be faith - ful, brave and strong Tour 







tho your heart is wea-ry And filled with sore dis-may; Look un-to Christ our 
trust-ing and con- fid -ing In Christ our Sav-ior dear; Your faith and trust in 
trou-bles that at-tend you Stay but a lit- tie while; Tho dark the night of' 
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Je - bus . Can nev - er be in vain, His love will shine up -on you, 

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du - ty, Think not of greed or gain, Your path will shine with beau -ty, 



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No. 39 

W. L. M. 



A Friend Indeed 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



^Highest Praise" 

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W. L. Matheson 



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1. Je - sus is a friend in - deed, might-y friend in time of need, When in 

2. As I trav-el day by day, on the love - ly homeward way Lead-ing 

3. For the sin - ner Je - sus died, will you now in Him con-fide?Tmst in 
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trou-ble He will hear your plea; Go to Him in hum-ble pray 'r, He will 
to the land be-yond the blue, I am thank-ful for this friend, He'll go 
Him and He will save your soul;Come and join the might-y band march-ing 

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take you in His care, If in bond-age, He will set you free. He's a 
with me to the end, He's my faith-ful Shepherd, kind and true, 
to the prom-ised land,He is will -ing now to make you whole. 




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He's a friend, a friend indeed, He'lf supply your ev-'ry need; 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. L. C. in "Highest Praise" Bonnie L. Carter 



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2. Up-ward, on-ward ev - er clunb-ing, we will tell the old, old sto - ry, 

3. When we en-ter that bright ci - ty, we'll re-joice and praise the Sav-ior, 



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How the Sav - ior died to make us free, make us free from 
Knowing from Him we shall nev - er roam, we shall all be 

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Where we go there'll be no dy • ing, no more sick-ness,pain or sad-neas, 
When we leave this chang-ing coun-try,we shall join those gone be - fore us, 
Gath-ered there with all God's child-ren,shout-ing glo - ry, hal - le - la - jah, 

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No. 41 Prom the Dawn To the Dusk of the Day 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" W. Lee Higrgins 



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1. Take the Sav-ior to-day as your guide, Let Him lead ev-'ry step of the 

2. When your burden is heav- y to bear, He will ban-ish your grief and dis- 

3. He is al-ways a true friend in- deed, If you trust in His word and o- 

4. Let us la - bor and pray with-out fear, Till we come to the end of the 



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way, Ev - er shar-ing His com-fort and cheer, 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Highest Praise" Luther G. Presley 




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1. A - mid the chang-ing scenes be-low, Some days are dark and oth-ers fair, 

2. We see our loved ones snatriieda-way, And won - der why so soon they go, 

3. Trust on, trust on tho dark the night, The Star of Hope will soon ap-pear, 

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What now seems wrong may then seem right, When mys-ter - ies have been made clear. 





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The Love of Jesus Satisfies 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" G. T. Speer 



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1. My Sav-ior dear is ev - er near, His love,Hi8 love my ev- 'ry 

2. In pain and grief He brings re • lief And wipes, and wipes the tear-dropi 

3. He does not fail when foes as - sail, Tho dark, tho dark and drear may 




need sup-plies; Wher -e'er I go in weal or woe — The love 

from mine eyes; When I am sad He makes me glad — 

be the skies; What- e'er be -tide He doth pro-vide — The love 



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When He Galls Us 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 




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2. Je - sus.gift of God's love, died on Mount Cal-va - ry, For the sins of the 

3. He's prepar-ing a home for all who will be-lieve,And o - bey Him while 

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you and for me, Bear-ing our Bin and shame all a - lone, all a-lone. 
own He'll re-ceive, — To be with Him while a - ges shall roll, a - gesroll. 

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No. 45 He is my Truest Friend 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Highest Praise" Floyd E. McNeill 

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1. Let me lift my voice, in His praise re-joice 

2. Let me tell His love, point-ing souls a-bove, For He is ray tru-est friend; 
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Honor God's Great Son 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Highest Praise" Lloyd W. Taylor 



1. - ver the world, banners unfurled, Bear the gos-pel mes-sage on, and on; 

2. Teach me to pray, en-ter the fray, Right will o-ver-come the wrong, all wrong; 

3. Live for the Lord.trustingHisword.Hon-orgiveto God's great Son, g: eat Son; 

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Stand firm and true, God's bidding do, Fill the wild with love's sweet song, glad song. 
New life pro-claim in Je-sus' name, Till the vic-to-ry is won, is won. 

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Honor give to God's great Son, the Christ who came to save lost man; 



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P.H.B. 



On My Way to Ganaan's Land 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



in "Highest Praise" 



Pat H. Baxter 



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2. 1 be - lieve the gos - pel sto - ry, On my way to Ca-naan's land; 

3. 1 have left the vale of so r- row, 




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J. R. V. 



Wonderful Love 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" J. R. Varner 

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1. God so loved the world He gave His own Son our souls to save, Je-sus 

2. God's great love is flow-ing free, heal-ing stream for you and me, It was 

3. From my sins I am made free, thru the Lamb of Cal - va - ry, For His 




came down from His throne a- bove; 
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There is balm for ev - 'ry soul 
I am hap - py ev - 'ry day 




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as I travel on my way, And I know His love will keep my soul. 



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No. 49 Goodby 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. B. C. in "Highest Praise" 



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can-not un - der-stand the blow That sep - a - rates us here a ■ 
not for-get me as I go To la - bor for my Lord and 

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Come^ join to-geth-er, let us pray, That all the will of God may know. 

Such sor - row can be sweet, I know, And part-ing leave a tear and smile. 

A task He gives to each be-low, My task, to make His chil-dren sing. 

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Sunset and Sunrise 



S. B. 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Sherrill Brown 

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1. Life's eve-ning sun is slow - ly sink-in?, Soon we must bid this world a - dieu, 

2. Don't waste the time that God has giv - en There is so much that you can do, 

3. I want to do my best for Je-sus,My vow to Him I'll try to pay, 

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But if our faith in God is anchored, The sun-rise time is com-ing, too. 
To help some one a -long life's pathway, Some hopeless soul is need-ing you. 
So when my work on earth is end-ed, From Him I'll not be turned a - way. 

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in "Highest Praise" B. F. Logan 

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2. I re-joice in Him each day as I walk the nar-rowway, 
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Heb. 12: 1-2 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" Rev. Henry H. Powell 

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2. Press a - long with cour - age till you reach heaven's ground, Let us make the 

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God has laid out, That the crown of glo - ry we at last may win. 

beau- ti - ful crown, When at last we all shall reach the shin-ing goal, 

stay in the race, Till at last we find sweet rest be-neath the trees. 

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in "Highest Praise" Ross F. Chambers 



No. 53 



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1. Je - bus went to Calv-'ry for the dy- ing soul, Gave Himself a ran-som 
2.0 how Je - sus loved us, dy- ing in our place, Made the great atonement 
3. When this life is o - ver and our work is done, If we have been faith-ful 




that we might be whole;He a - rose tri - um-phant from the dis - mal tomb, 
for the hu-man race;If you want to meet Him, live with Him for aye, 
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T. M. B. 



Let the Hallelujahs Roll 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 




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in "Highest Praise" 



T. M. Bishop 



1. Bells of joy are ring-ing since the bless - ed Sav - ior came And pnt His 

2. By His grace He'll keep us in the bright and nar - row way , He '11 safe-ly 

3. You can preach a ser-mon in a might -y lit - tie song, Then sing His 
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J.C. 



The Land of Son* 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Jeffie Cook 



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1. Soon the day'will dawn when this life is gone, And we know 'twill not be long; 

2. In the land of bliss, fair-er far than this, There is joy we've nev-er known; 

3. I will walk in sight of the great Lovelight,It will keep me safe from wrong; 




Here no more to roam, I am go-inghome,To the land of joy and song. 
Not a storm in sight, do our souls af-fright, Perfect peace around the throne. 
I will wear a smile, singling all the while, Till I reach the land of song. 



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I'm Goin£ Over Yonder 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Elmer Johnson 

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1. When this short life is o - ver, I know I'll have a home, Somewhere be- 

2. I'm work-ing for His king-dom, as here I press a -long, Tho great the 

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Praising My Savior 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
K.C. Minter in "Highest Praise'' ^ ■ J. W. Davte 



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1. Footprints be-fore me on life's path I see.Lead-ing me on to the goal; 

2. Nnm-ber-less joys are a-wait-ing me there , When with the saved I shall stand, 

3. Fa-ther in heav-en, lead me, I pray, Safe in the path they have trod; 




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In the re - un - ion where com-eth no care— Joys that the Fa-ther has planned. 
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H. C. F. 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" H. C. Finley 







1. Bless-ed be the name of Christ the Savior, He redeemed my soul from sin; 

2. On the cm - el cross His side was riy-en, There He died for you and me; 

3. Wand'ring one, He of-fersyou sal -va-tion, Will you not be-fore Him bow? 




AH who will may share His lov-ing fa - yor.Have a - bid-ing peace with-in. 
There's no oth-er name in earth or heav-en That will make the sin-ner free. 
He will free your soul from condemnation, Trust His grace to save you now. 




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Jesus Needs You 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Just Take It to Jesus in Love 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs.F.M. Dykes in "Highest Praise" John O. Beall 

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2. When skies show but shadow and bleak-ness,Your Lord's precious promises plead; 

3. Does age,withits ills, o-ver-takeyou?Does no one seem left you to care? 

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Our Greatest Need 



From a sermon by Rev. Judson Jones 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

C. B. in "Highest Praise" Carlos Barrentine 







1. All we like sheep have wan-dered a - f ar from God and right, Each one has 

2. We've sold our lives to Sa - tan, the same as those of old, We've turned our 

3. We may have gold and sil - ver to meet life's great de-mands, We may pos- 

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C.B. 



Don't You Want to Go? 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Carlos Barrentine 

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1. There's a place called heaven far- a- cross the foam, Mansions will be giv-en, 

2. There's a home in glo -ry just a -cross the sea, Lis -ten to this sto-ry, 

3. An - gels now are wait-ing,head-ing for the sky, Get your passport read-y, 

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built for you and me;When our days are o - ver here on earth be-low, 
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R. R. C. in "Highest Praise" Robert R. Christian 




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Keep your eyes beamed ev - er up-ward, [Fol - low where the Lord has planned; 
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Lord, Remember Me 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. E. H. in "Highest Praise" Walter E. Howell 



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2. When pain, dis - ease and pierc-ing grief, This fee- ble bod - y see, 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
F. E.H. in "Highest Praise" Floyd E. Hunter 






1. 1 was once in bond-age lost, in bond-age lost, But Christ the 

2. When I looked to Him in faith, to Him in faith, He took a- 

3. All my fears and doubts are gone, my doubts are gone, For He will 

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hold my trust -ing hand, my trust - ing hand; He will 







road to Ca-naan'sland, to Ga - naan's land, I walk with 

sing glad praise to Him, glad praise to Him, And hon-or 

guide me safe - ly home, He'll guide me home, To Ca-naan's 

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Augustus M. Toplady 



Rock of Ages 



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Gome Sin* With Me 



To Landis (N. C.) Baptist Church. L. W. 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" Lester Williams 




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1. We praise Thee, God, for the Son of Thy love, For Je - sns who 

2. All glo-ry and praise to the Lamb that was slain, Who has borne all our 

3. Ke - vive us a - gain, fill each heart with Thy love, May each soul be re- 

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No. 70 Pray, My Brother, Pray 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
in "Highest Praise" 




J. R.Haney 






1. Get right down up- on your knees, pray, my broth-er pray, Do not 

2. In true prayer there's healing pow'r, Need-ed 

3. - ver-come the wrong with right, brother pray, Hold a 

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strength for ev'ry hour, Lest a-way from God yon 

loft the gos-pel light, humbly pray; Be a sol-dier brave and 

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roam, You are safe, what-e'er may come, if yon 

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I Shall Be Happy There 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 



in "Highest Praise" 



O. B. Dooley 




1. I want to live for Christ the Lord, As I go on my way; 

2. Tho oft I meet with sor-rows s here, Andheav-y bur-dens bear, 

3. When all my la - bor here is done, The joys of heav'n I'll share; 



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the joy-ous word, "Well done.my child, "that day. 

a - way all tears— I shall be hap - py there. 

ones 'round the throne, I shall be hap - py there. 



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D.S.— Where joy bells ring, 

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Jesus Galls for Workers 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Samuel E. Moore in "Highest Praise" L. D. Morris 



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2. Do not de - lay, the Mas - ter a - waits, He asks you to give your 

3. Souls now are dy - ing far from the light, The good news they have not 

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best, come quick-ly; Al-ways He will sup- ply ev- 'ry need, And help us to 
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stand each test, trust Him. 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Raymond D. Allen in "Highest Praise" W. L. Hendrix 



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1. The Lord looked down from heaven, He looked on the sons of man, 

2. To - day on us He's looking, And bidding us to Him pray; 

3. The Sav - ior died on Calv'ry, Sal - va - tion to bring to man; 




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sin - ner, won't you hear Him, And turn from your sin to- day? 
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No. 74 



SinGe Jesus Game 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Highest Praise" J. L. Freeman 

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1. Love in ten-der-nesa has lift - ed shad-ows from my eyes, In mer-cy 

2. Love - ly flow- era I can see that bean-ti • fy the road, I hear the 

3. All the world is wear-ing now for me a bnght-er hue, Andaweet-ly 

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Je - sua rolled the clouds a - way, turned my night to gold - en day; 

mu- sic of the sing-ing rills, see His might in lift - ed hills; 

in my heart the joy bells ring, chim - ing prais - es to the King; 



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Now, as nev- er known be -fore, a ra-diance glide the skies, Un • to me 
In His bless - ed pres-ence light- er grows the heav - y load, He came and 
More and more I long, in hum-ble- ness, His work to do, The high -est 

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No. 75 Go Work for Jesus Today 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music, & Ptg. Co. 
in "Highest Praise" 




Fred Rich 






1. TheMas-ter is call-ing for workers true, broth- er hast-en I pray; 

2. A- waken, dear comrade, and heed the call, Go help to gath- er the grain; 

3. let us be working while it is day, Till comes the setting of sun; 




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The mea-sage is ring-ing to one and all, The gos-pel ti-dings pro-claim. 
If we are found faithful, we'll hear Him say, Well done.the life crown you've won. 




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No. 76 



G. D. L. 



It Was Love 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Rev. G. D. Lewis 



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1. When ray soul was lost in dark-ness and I groped a - long in sin, 

2. Tho sin's sbad-ows gatb-er 'round me, I will nei-ther faint nor fear, 

3. At the pearl-y gates in glo - ry loved ones once a -gain I'll see, 




Much dis-tress and hope-Iess-ness a-round me spread; When by faith I trust-ed 
Faith in Him. will keep me safe till life is o'er; He has prom-isedto be 
And mySav-ior with a smile of love and grace; When this life is o-ver 




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The Secret Place of my Soul 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" V. O. Fossett 

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1. When the path is drear there is naught to fear, And the storm waves roar and roll, 

2. All my doubts are past, I am saved at last, I am un-derHis con - trol, 

3. He is by my side, what so e'er be-tide Pressing on-ward to the goal, 
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soul. In the se-cret place of my soul , I am now redeemed and whole , 

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The Savior's Love 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
in "Highest Praise" 

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1. Up - on the cross the Sav - ior died Be-tween two 

2. hear His call Come un - to me, Take up thy 

3. And on that day, .... the -judg-ment day When He shall 

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with-out de - lay, Ac-cept His grace be saved to-day. . . 

with Him to be, To live thru-out e - ter - ni - ty. . . . 

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No. 79 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. & M. H. L. in "Highest Praise" M. H. Lance 

1.0 let us work for Je-sus with bod - y, soul and mind, And give our 
2. let us work for Je-sus, the har-vest field is white, The soul of 
3.0 let us work for Je-sus, the night is com-ing fast, And soon the 




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best of ser-vice to ev -'ry one we find; It is the greatest pleasure to 
ev -'ry pil-grim is pre-cious in His sight; He calls for loy - al reap-ers to 
time of har-vest for pre-cious souls be past; We should not wait a mo-ment to 

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is day, let U3 work for Je - sus while here on earth we stay, 
the grain.0 hast-en,do your du-ty, for there is much to gain, 
ing hand,0 let us serve Him tru-ly and fol-low His command. 



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No. 80 Beyond the Gold of Sunset" 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Highest Praise" Luther G. Presley 



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2. 1 am lay - ing up my treasures where they can-not fade a - way, 
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When my bless-ed Lord shall call me I am go - ing there to stay, 
Won't that be a glad re - nn - ion yon-der in the by and by, 

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He Knows 



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2. He knows how hard the fight has been, The clouds that come our lives between, 

3. He knows when faint and worn we sink, How deep the pain, how near the brink 

4. He knows, tho't so full of bliss 1 For tho on earth our joys we miss, 




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No. 82 Let Us Walk the Royal Highway 

Copyright. 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "Highest Praise" G. T. Speer 

1. Let us walk the roy - al high-way With the Sav - ior as our Guide, 

2. Let us walk the roy - al high-way Keep- ing faith as on we go, 

3. Let us walk the roy • al high-way With the man of Gal - i • lee, 

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Nev - er doubt-tog for a mo-ment In the days of weal or woe; 
Whether days are bright or drear - y We shall not for - sak - en be; 



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Tho our path be rough and thorn - y 'lis the path our Sav- ior trod, 
When the.rag - ing storms be -set us We are shel-tered by His love, 

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If we walk in glad o - bedience It will bring us home to God. 
Nev - er once will He for - get us- Till we reach our home a - bove. 



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In the footsteps of our Sav - ior Guid - ed by His lov-ing hand; 

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He will keep us in His keep - ing If we take Him as our Friend, 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Muaic & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. E. in "Highest Praise" B. B. Edmiaston 

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1. Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, Praise His name, praise His name In joy - ful song; 

2. Yield to Him, yield to Him Heart and voice, heart and voice In gladsome praise; 

3. Tho the road.tho the road May be drear, may be drear,Still fol - low on; 






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Teach lostsouls,teach lostsoul3 To re-joice, to re - joice.Tho dark the days. 
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Join the Savior's Army 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 




in "Highest Praise" 

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1. On the shin - ing road to glo - ry land, Sol-diers, press- a-long, a -long; 

2. All the hordes of Sa-tan will ap-pear, To op -pose our King, our King; 

3. What a joy to fol-low here be-low, Heed-ing each command, command: 



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E - vil or-ders,peal-ing loud and clear, O'er the land may ring, may ring; 
With Him we shall win the fight, we know,Bight will cleanse the land, the land; 

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But the host of Je-sus. will be there, Robed in love's ar- ray, ar- ray; 
When the smoke of bat -tie clears a-way, Arms we shall lay down, lay down, 



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Each command He gives with joy o - bey, Hon-or His great name, His name. 
Ev - 'ry tri - al He will help us bear, Lead-ing all the way, the way. 
In the realms of nev - er - end-ing day, Wear the fadeless crown, bright crown. 

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Fol - " low-ing our Lead - er Vic - to - ry we'll win. 

Fol - low - ing Christ, our Lead - er, we'll win. 




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No. 85 Dreaming 

Copyright, 1945, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co 

in * *T .1 rri n or /"'••o /»a' • DC* 



B. B. E. 



in "Living Grace" 



B. B. Edmiaston 



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1. Dreaming, dreaming si - lent-ly, Dreaming in the twi - light's pur - pie glow; 

2. Drilt-ing, drift - ing qui - et - ly, Drift-ing down the stream of mem - o - ry; 

3. Call - ing, call - ing ten - der-ly, Voic-es swect-ly ech - o long years thru; 



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Dreaming, dream-ing peace-ful - ly,Dreaming,dreaming of the long a • go. 
Drift - ing, drift - ing rest - fnl • ly, Drift-ing in - to ports long closed to me. 
Call - ing, call - ing plead-ing - ly,Call - ing to the land where dreams come true. 



No. 86 Traveling On the Glory Way 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Adger M. Pace in "Highest Praise" John L. Shrader 

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1. I've found a true joy in serv-ing my Sav-ior ev - er - y mo-ment 

2. I'm find - ing in Him a lov-ing com r pan - iou,guid-ing me ev-'ry- 

3. His won-der-ful love ia keep- ing me hap - py, spreading a-broad His 

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That's why I can shout it o - ver and o - ver that tbe whole world His 
That's why I am hap-py, sing-ing and shout -ing, glo -ry and hon - or 

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No. 87 Where Gould I Go? 

Copyright, 1940, by StampsrBaxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
j. b. 0. to "Golden Key" J. B. Coats 

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1. Liv-ing be-low in this old sin-ful world, Hardly a com-fort can af - ford; 

2. Neighbors are kind, I love them ev'ry one, We get a - long in sweet ac-cord; 

3. Life here is grand with friends 1 love so dear .Comfort I get from God's own word; 




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No. 88 



I'll Have a Mansion 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Ernest N. Edwards in "Highest Praise" V. O. Fossett- 




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1. My soul shall have a man-sion fair, Way up in glo - ry land, 

2. My Lord has prom-ised me a crown, If I will faith-ful be; 

3. My man-sion sure - ly waits a - bove, Some-where be-yond the blue; 



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When I have left this life of care To join the ran-somed band; 
I know that when my sun goes down, His bless - ed face I'll see; 
I pray that I, thru His great love, May share that home with you; 



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The Promised Land 



Samuel Stennett 



Arr. R. M. Mcintosh 






1. On Jor-dan's storm-y banks I stand, And cast a wish - ful eye 

2. All o'er those wide ex- tend-ed plains Shines one e - ter - nal day; 

3. When shall I reach that hap-py place, And be for - ev - er blest? 




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There God, the Son, for - ev - er reigns. And scat - tera night a - way. 
When shall I see my Father's face, And in His bos - om rest? 



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No. 90 



Beyond the Evening Star 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. £. in "Highest Praise" B. B. Edmlaston 






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1, Here the shin- ing hours of light dis- ap-pear when falls the night, Sor-rowa 

2. When e - ter - nal morn shall break, and from sleep we shall a-wake, We'll go 










cast-ing their gloom a - cross the way;' 
wing-ing our way a - cross the bar; 



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we shall reach our home a-bove , In the land far be-yond the eve-ning star. 




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In the Morning 



Copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
DottHeaton in "Lasting Peace" B. B. Edmiaston 



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2. In the morn-ing when we meet, Friends and loved ones we shall greet; 

3. In the morn-ing bright and fair, Heav-en's bless-ings we shall share; 

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from dis-cord, death and strife, We shall en - ter end -less life, 

to Christ, our Lord and King, Bound-less prais - es we shall sing. 

from sor - row, sin and pain, With our Sav • ior we shall reign. 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Highest Praise" L. E. Teal 

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1. Sail-ing a-long on the o-cean of time, Sail - ing on; 

2. "Cur-rent of e - vil would drift us a-stray, 

3. Je- bus, our Pi-lot, the storms will control, Sail-ing, we are sail-ing on; 

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Dedicated to all the Quartets using Stamps-Baxter song books. L. D. M. 
Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Highest Praise" L. D, Morris 

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2. Je - ho-vah God, the Ho 

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No. 94 Time Goes Boiling On 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Samuel Francis Smith 



America 



Henry Carey 



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1. My country 'tis of thee, Sweet land of lib - er - ty, Of thee I sing; Land where my 

2. My na-tive country thee, Land of the no- ble free, Thy name I love; I love thy 

3. Let mn-sic swell the brwse. And ring from all the trees Sweet fretdom'i song ; Let mor-tal 

4. Our fathers' God to Thee, Author of lib - er - ty.To Thee we sing; Long may our 




ta-thers died .Land of the pilgrims '^rid«,From ev'ry monntain side, Let freedom ring, 
rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills, My heart with raptnre thrills, Like that a-bove, 
tongues awake, Let all that breathe partake.Let rocks their silence break, Let sound prolong, 
land be bright With freedom's ho-ly light .Protect us by Thy might .Great God, our King. 

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No. 96 I'm Gonna Stay On the Jericho Road 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Hairy H. Raymond 



in "Highest Praise" 



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2. I* made my start at Cal-v'ry, where Je - sua bled and died, And my 

3. I'm on my way to heav-en, I know I'll reach my goal, For my 
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Lord just o - ver Jor-dan will ev - er be my guide;Some-times I feel I'm 
Lord just o - ver Jor-dan will safe - ly keep my soul; He'll show the up-ware 




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fall - ing but Christ is my a -bode, So I'm gon-na keep on trav'ling, 
path-way and heip me bear my load, So I'm gon-na keep on climb-ing, 



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John Newton 



Amazing Grace 



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1. A - maz-ing grace how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me! ■ 

2. 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, And grace my fears re - lieved; 

3. Thru man - y dan-gers, toils and snarea, I have al - read - y come; 

4. When we'veteen there ten thousand years, Bright shin- ing as the son, 



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'lis grace that bro't me safe thus far, And grace will lead me borne. 

We've no less days to sing God's praise Than when we first be -gun. 



iSo. 98 I'm bound for Heaven Now 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music ft Ptg. Co. 
Mosie Lister in "Highest Praise" Wallace Varner 

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1. Praise the ho - ly match-less name of Christ the great e- ter-nal King. He 

2. Now that heav - en is my goal, my Je • sua has com-plete con-trol,He 

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i the glo - ry in my soul and walks with me. He walks with me; 

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W. H. Baker 



Give PeaGe ASain 



Carroll King 

1.0 God of love, King of peace, Mat*e wars tnruciu the world to cease; 

2. Re • mem-ber, Lord, Thy works of old, ine wonders tftrU ooi ia-tna.-s.told; 

3. Whom shall we trust but Thee, O Lord? Where rest but* Thy faithful Word? 

4. Where saints and an - gels dwell a-bove, All hearts are knit id no • ly love; 




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Re - mem-ber not our sin's dark stain, Give peace, God, give peace a-gainl 
None ev - er called on Thee in vain . G've peace.O God,gjve peace a - gainl 
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No. 100 Hallelujah, What a Savior 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. A. S. in "Highest Praise" W. Allan Sims 



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1. Hal- le - lu - jah.what a wondrous Sav- ior,bring-ing glad-ness to my 
2.1 am glad to tell a - bout the Sav-ior ev - 'ry-wbere that I may 

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I am Mis I Know 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptf. Co. 
J.R.Baxter, Jr. in "Highest Praise" L. D. Morris 

Slow with expression 



1. Storms may be sweeping me, Je-sns is keeping me, I am His I know; 

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Trib-utes I bring to Him, trusting-ly cling to Him, I am His I know. 

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For Thirty Pieces of Silver 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
E. H.W. in "Highest Praise" Eugene H. Whitt 








1. Old Ju -das made some "eas-y mon-ey," be -tray- ing Christ the Lord, 

2. My broth-er, when old Sa-tan tempts you with sin and all its charm, 

3. Dear friends, be- ware of "eas-y moa-ey, "don't take it when in doubt, 



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Just have a lit • tie talk with Je - bus, He'll keep yon from all harm; 
Be - mem-ber Sa -tan and his fore • es will try to boy you oat; 



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Let's, keep a - way from sin- ful places, lest we should sell out, too. 

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Copyright, 19*7, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W.M.DeV* In "Highest Praise" W. M. DeVaughan 




1. Bless- ed Je - sus hold my baud, Lead me on to glo - ry land;Guide my feet 

2. Keep me humble, free from guile, Give to me a son - ny smile;Help me to 

3. Lord.when I am thru down here, Je -sus Mas-ter, be so near; Waft my trem- 



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lest I should stray From the narrow way . 

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No. 104 Down On My Knees 

Sincerely dedicated to all my friends at Pahokee, Florida 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

M. L. In "Highest Praise" Mosie Lister 

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Copyright, 1944, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. B. Baxter, Jr. in "Zion's Call" W. W. Combs 



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1. Je-sus came from His home above, Bore my shame , proved His matchless love; 

2. Je-sus brought hope to dy-ing men, Bat-ties fought with the hordes of sin; 

3. Je-sns gave ev-er-last-ing life, Burst the grave, left this world of strife; 

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No. 106 Beyond the Sunset 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music ft Ptg. Co, 



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in "Highest Praise" 






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1. Some day this life will all be o - ver, Some day our souls will fly a - way, 
2 1 know there is a land of sun-shine, Somewhere be-yond the set-ting sun, 
3. And if » man-aion I in - her - it, lu that sweet home be-yond the blue, 




To be in judg-ment with our Sav-ior, At the sun -set of life's day; 
Where we -van live thru end-less a • ges, If a crown of life we've won; 
Or ]Udt a cab- in on a hill top, Where heav-en's scenes I'll view; 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



in "Highest Praise" 



Baxter, Jr. 



1. Past sorrow's clond, Life's sun shines; Gloom may enshroud, Life's sunshines. 

2. When comes the end, Trust Christ your friend, 

3. Shad-ows fall fast, brightly shines;Darkness can't last, brightly shines. 



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No. 108 When Our Ship Gomes Sailing Home 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" J. A. Collier 

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1. As we sail a - long with a hap - py song To the land be - yond the 

2. Tho the bil - lows lave He can sweet-ly save When the clouds are dark a- 

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reach that cloudless dome, Glo - ry bells will ring, hap -py hearts will sing 
waves bedecked with foam , How the light will shine from your soul and mine 





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AH the way night and day gold-en shore. 






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1. On that morrow, Sat - is - fied; No more sorrow.Sat - is - fled. 

2. No more weeping, In His keeping, 

3. Part-ing nev-er, I'll be sat-is - fied; Live for-ev- er, I'll be sat- is -fied 

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No. 110 There's a Meeting Place Over the River 



J. R. B., Jr 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" J. B. Baxter, Jr. 




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1. Oft the ties that we cher- isb are bro • ken Which can't be mena-ed 
2.0ft the dear- est of earth have to leave us, We can -not bring them 
3. Add- ing all of the things that we treas-ure, We know that can't re- 

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here, When the dread-ed fare- well must bespo-ken, It fills our 
back, Yet the sor • row and lone - li - ness grieve us, If faith in 
main, For so oft - en we flud that fife's pleasure Will bring us 




hearts with fear; Yet our Sav • ior, the boun - ti - ful giv - er, Has 
God we lack; On each prom-ise our Lord will de • liv • er, 'Tis 

grief and pain; So with lip and with ™to - es a-quiv-er. u 



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No. 111 Footprints in the Sands of Time 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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in "Highest Praise" 

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1. As we trav-el this life, with its sor-row aDd strife, Ev-'ry deed is re- 

2. Whether on the straight road to the fi - nal a - bode Or on the wide 






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cord- ed in heav- en's bright clime;Mat-ters not what you do, oth - er 
path that leads oft - en to crimejSouls arewatch-ing to - day what you 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter. Jr. in "Highest Praise" V. O. Fossett 






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1. Je-sus came when I was lost.Grop-ing in dark-est night, and help-less 

2. Je-sus purged my soul from droas.Setting this cap-tive free from bondage 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" R.J. Weaver 




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1. If you want to live with Je - sua yon - der where the faithful go, 

2. If you want to know the full - ness of a hap - py Christian life 

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MarGhin* On to Glory Land 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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go - ing to join that band in heaven; We fight for God, for truth and the 
pit -falls of sink -ing sand; bat Je-sus Lead-ing, we'll fol-low where He corn- 




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c-or/rtgut, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Musfd 0& 
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I am So Glad 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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The Great Highway 



Copyright. 1947, by Stamps-Baxter MubIc & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" E. R. Ward & 

F. R W. Leodus Vaughn 



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The Land of Enchantment 



To all New Mexico gospel singers 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

W.A. S. in "Highest Praise" W. Allan Sims 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. Carl Ferguson in "Highest Praise" J. B. Coats 



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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. E. Baxter, Jr. in "Highest Praise" D wight Brock 



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Praise the Mighty Lord 



Copyright, 1917, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. B. C. in "Highest Praise" Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie B. Comb* 






1. Since I met the Christ of Cal-va - ry,there'sahap-py feel -ing o-ver me, 

2. Tbo the thiugs of earth may pass a-way, I am with the Lord, I'll nev-er stray, 

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In the Shadow 



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Jesus Gives Me a Song 



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in "Highest Praise" 



Kenneth Fulkerson 



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No. 130 What Joy for Me 

To my son, Ulysis Byron Carr, who was killed in Manchuria, Dec.7, 1944— He was 

a Jap prisoner for 31 months 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music ft Ptg. Co. 

U. G. C. in "Highest Praise" U. G. Carr 

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2. Here we meet with loss - es, 

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Santord J. Massengale 




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No. 132 His Blood Will Gover a Multitude of Sins 



A. E. B. 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Highest Praise" Albert E. Brumley 



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1. If* you nev - er have heard the sto - ry of the Christ of Gal - i - lee, 

2. God in mer- cy so dear - ly loved the world He gave His on - ly Son, 

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If you nev - er have known the blessings Je - sua of - fera yon to - day, 




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And while bleeding up - on the cross He meek-ly said"Thy will be done" 
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They Grucified My Savior 



Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A. E. B. in "Highest Praise" Albert E. Brumley 

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2. He died for our sal - va-tion,He died for our sal - va-tion,Hedied for our 

3. There's peace and joy in knowing,There's peace arH joy in knowing,There's peace and joy 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. We'll have no wars in heav-en, no heartacbe9.no more pain, No sin-fal 

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all be enri-ed, from grief we shall be free; If Christians here keep pray-ing iu 

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Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston In "Highest Praise W. M DeVaughan 




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1. Wonder- fal vi-sions of heav-en I see, Pic-tnred in God's ho- ly word; 

2. An-gels unnumbered around the great throne, Fac- ing the Lamb that was slain; 

3. Glad ual- le- lo-jabs tri-um-phant-ly ring, Friends meeting loved ones of yore; 



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Saints from all sor-row and bur-dens made f ree ,Sing-ing glad praise to the Lord. 
Je - sua re-ceiv- ing His loved and His own, With Him for-ev -er to reign. 
Saints of the a - ges a - dor- ing the Eing,Prais-ing His love ev- er- more. 



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No. 136 I Need Thy Hand 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg 
Luther G. Presley in "Highest Praise" 



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2. My Lord (My bless -ed Lord) I want (I sure 

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This World Gan't Stand 



Copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Thomas Ramsey in "Lasting Peace" 

Cho. M. W. E. Marion W. Easterling 






1. Oft - en we read in God's ho - ly word, That some day this world will end; 

2. Conflicts and bat-ties, sor-row and sin, Threatens the world more each day, 

3. Judgment is com-ing, heav-en is near.What if it should come to - day? 

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Mil-lions are wand'ring.no hope with -in, Far from the old fashioned way. 
Would you be read- y, should Christ ap-pear, To call your spir -it a -way. 
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No. 138 I'm Riding On a Glory Bound Plane 

Written in an airplane, Feb. 27, 1947 

Copyright, 1947, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

E. N. E. in "Highest Praise" Ernest N. Edwards 

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2. My Lord is the Pi -lot on this plane, He'll car- ry me thru in sun or rain, 

3. The lights of that ci - ty beck-on me, the face of my Lord soon I shall see, 




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I'm mov-ing a - long to home a-bove,pre-pared for my soul by sav-ing love, 
He died on the cross my fare to pay, and soon I shall reach that land of day, 
What joy it will be in that bright place,to dwell with the millions saved by grace, 

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INDEX 



(Highest 

A Friend Indeed 39 

Almighty Is He 93 

Amazing Grace 97 

America „ 95 

And There We Can Sing 117 

Beyond the Evening Star .._ 90 

Beyond the Gold of Sunset 80 

Beyond the Sunset _ 106 

Blessed Be the Name 59 

Broadcast God's Love 9 

Christ Came Seeking „ _ 112 

Come On and Sing .127 

Come Sing With Me .... 68 

Death is a Warning _ 5 

Deep In My Heart „ 10 

Dip Your Soul in God's Sunshine... 18 

Do Right _ 16 

Don't Reject Him 17 

Don't You Want to Go? 63 

Down On My Knees _ 104 

Dreaming _ 85 



Eternal Dawn 



83 



For Thirty Pieces of Silver 102 

Footprints in the Sands of Time Ill 

Free From Cares of Life 3 

Frorr. the Dawn To the Dusk of .... 41 

Give Peace Again 99 

Go Work for Jesus Today 75 

God's Love Will Light That Home.... 42 
Goodby „ 49 

Hallelujah, What a Savior 100 

Hsppy and Free 31 

Happy We'll Be 2 

He Is my Truest Friend 45 

He Knows 81 

He's Been So Good to Me 1 

He's my Jesus 6 

Heaven Is Worth It All 22 

His Blood Will Cover a Multitude....l32 
Honor God's Great Son 46 

I am His I Know 101 

I am So Glad 116 

I Found His Love 12 

I Need Thy Hand 136 

I Shall Be Happy There 71 

I Want to Press On 58 

If We Never Meet Again 115 

I'll Be Satisfied 109 

i'll Have a Mansion 88 

I'l Travel On 23 

I'm Bound for Heaven Now 98 

I'm Glad He Set Me Free - 32 

I'm Going Over Yonder 56 

I'm Going There 00 

I'm Gonna Stay On the Jericho 96 

I in Looking Straight Ahead 131 

I'm Riding On a Glory Bound 138 

I'm Satisfied 25 

I'm Traveling Homeward Ev'ry Day 19 

In Glory We Shall Sing 21 

In the Morning 91 

In the Shadow _ 125 . 

It Is Only a Step to Go 37 

It Was Love 76 

Jesus 105 

Jesus Calls for Workers 72 

Jesus Gives Me a Song 126 

Jesus' Love is Bbundless .....53 

Jesus Needs You 60 

Jesus Never Will Forsake You 20 



Praise) 

Join the Savior's Army „» 84 

Just a Few More Days 4 

Just Take It to Jesus in 61 

Keep Me Behind the Cross 27 

Let the Hallelujahs Roll 54 

Let Us Walk the Royal Highway.... 82 

Life's Sun Shines 107 

Lik^ Sunshine After Rain 38 

Love Came Sweeping Over Me 128 

Make Your Life Brighter 14 

Marching On to Glory Land 114 

Mere Like Thee 103 

My Lord Is There _ 28 

No Changes In Heaven 134 

No Wonder I Sing 7 

O Let Us Work for Jesus ...._ 79 

O Lord, Remember Me 65 

On My Way to Canaan's Land 47 

On the Road to Canaan's Land 66 

On the Wings of Sweet Song 30 

Our Greatest Need 62 

Praise Him '... 33 

Praise the Mighty Lord 122 

Praising My Savior 57 

Pray, My Brother, Pray 70 

Revive Us Again 69 

Rock of Ages 67 

Run With Patience the Race Before 52 

Sailing On 41 92 

Since Jesus Came 74 

Since Jesus Spoke Peace to Me 129 

Singing and Shouting On the Way.. 24 

Spread a Little Sunshine 121 

Star of Hope 34 

Straight Ahead 113 

Sunset and Sunrise 50 

Sweeter Every Day 1-A 

The Father Is Calling 73 

The Great Highway 118 

The Land of Enchantment 119 

The Land of Song 55 

The Love of Jesus Satisfies 43 

The Promised Land 89 

Th<_> Savior's Love 78 

The Secret Place of my Soul 77 

There is Glory in My Soul 51 

There'll Come a Day 40 

There's a City 64 

There's a Mansion for Me 13 

There's a Meeting Place Over the....H0 

There's a Settled Peace 124 

They Crucified My Savior 133 

This World Can't Stand 137 

Till We Come to the End of Time.... 29 

Time Goes Rolling On 94 

Traveling On the Glory Way 86 

Want to Make Heaven My Home.... 35 

What a Beautiful Day 123 

What Joy for Me 130 

When He Calls Us 44 

When I Bid This World Adieu 15 

When I Cross the Crystal Sea 120 

When Our Ship Comes Sailing Homel08 

When Your Heart Is Sad 8 

Where Could I Go? 87 

Where No Parting is Known 36 

Will You Pass the Signals By? 26 

Wonderful Love 48 

Wonderful Visions 135 

Your Life Can Be Beautiful 11 



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